Photos by Andris Feldmanis. Tallinn, Estonia.
these are fantastic. so regal.
I love these, very surreal.
gorgeous, the goose in the first one looks so determined, completely agree, very regal.
I love goose feet, they’re so sturdy and wide. Great photos, very crisp.
The goose photo really hold my attention
hey these are great!
I ADORE all of these!
love them. been a fan of his work for a while.
You sure have an eye for great photos.
These have a hidden elegance and I LOVE it…
I have to say, these photos made me cry a little. They make me dream of a more peaceful place I wish I were.
Very inspiring work. The last photo with the feet on tip-toes in front of window confuses a little. I like the chair feet with a similar tip-toe shape, and the pensive mood of the girl’s feet, but the curtain and window seems another dimension that I don’t get.
What is this country?
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